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    • Halothane: How should it be used in a developing country? 

      Mahboobi, N.; Esmaeili, S.; Safari, S.; Habibollahi, P.; Dabbagh, A.; Alavian, S.M. (‎2012)‎
      The anaesthetic agent halothane is still widely used in developing countries including the Islamic Republic of Iran because of its low price. Because of halothane-induced hepatitis, a rare complication, it has been replaced by other inhalation anaesthetics in Western countries; it has been suggested by some Iranian professionals that the Islamic Republic of Iran should do the same. We evaluated various dimensions of this replacement through a literature review to assess the incidence of halothane-induced hepatitis and costs of anaesthetics in the ...
    • Regulatory matters 

      Unknown author (‎1998)‎